Inner War (Lawson and Alcatraz):iconswitt: It was an odd feeling. It was like a constant weight settled along the length of his whole body. The simple act of trying to stand was agony and it wasn't just because of his shoulder. Lawson was absolutely terrified of this unknown. An unusual hopelessness, guilt, confusion, turmoil... His happiness had completely disappeared. Nothing made sense; there was so much uncertainty and anger clouding his every thought with no relief in sight. He hated it, feared it, but kept the pain bottled up inside.
The war went to hell. What had originally meant to be a peace treaty ended in bloodshed and death. Why was that such a surprising result? It was a war after all - it was like the word meant nothing when the thought of peace was just beyond the horizon. Lawson had been naive or plain stupid to think it would end well. Perhaps it was Alcatraz's speech about doing what was necessary or the desire to protect his family, but something deep inside made him volunteer to go t